Christmas

Crafter Spotlight

Hey friends, Pam here. So glad you have joined us today for another "In the Spotlight". Today Julia from Germany is joining us on the blog.  I was lucky enough to spot her on instagram (which I have found myself using a lot now).  I spotted the layout that is posted below and I was wowed big time. It was so creative and inspirational. I couldn't wait to feature it! She also had a couple more projects I haven't seen before. 🙂 Let's get to know Julia!

Julia photo

"Hey everybody, 
I am so glad to be on the Chickaniddy Crafts blog today! My name is Julia, I am from Germany and I live in a cute and tiny house with my beloved husband and our adorable cat. Crafting with paper is not only a passion for me but also a way to express myself. I love to play with details and to lose myself totally in the projects I am working on. Scrapbooking is more than a hobby to me, it is a kind of art, creating a colorful and happy life. 🙂 If you want so see some more projects or to get in touch, please check out my blog http://piecesforhappiness.blogspot.de"
 
Christmas Packaging
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"With the Jolly Good collection from Chickaniddy Crafts I have made some cute Christmas Cracker last year to give my sisters and friends some cute christmas gifts. You can hide some candies or vouchers in it. It is a really funny idea!"

Xmas 2013
JuliaKlein Chickaniddy Crafts Spotlight Project 4
"After I have made them with the Envelope Punch Board, I found some paper scaps left over, so I thought I could use them on a cute-looking Scrapbooking layout. . I arranged them as some pretty christmas ornaments on the background and stitched them to the cardstock. I totally adore stitched elements on paper projects. :)"

Christmas Cards
JuliaKlein Chickaniddy Crafts Spotlight Project 1
"And you never can have enough greeting cards right? ;)) I love the bright colors of this collection, they are so fresh and inspiring to create some beautiful projects. The deer the cutest, right? 🙂 
Thank you so much and have a nice day. 🙂
xo Julia"
 

 

Thanks to Julia for her great projects for the blog today!!

Hello all! Pam with you today with a special page designed by Melinda Spinks that I used as the inspiration for my page! I was so happy when I saw her page and knew I wanted to use it as inspiration. I tend to scrapbook my holiday photos about a month after Christmas. I am always looking for ways to inspire myself to try new things and techniques when scrapping my pics. What I love about Melinda's page is it's simple yet challenging. Let me share why.

Melinda Spinks Chickaniddy Crafts Dear Santa Layout

Supplies: Jolly Good (patterned paper):Caroling/ jg14os03, Sugar Cookies/ jg14os02, Tis the Season/  jg14os11. Jolly Good Embellishments:  Die Cut Tags/ jg14eb04, Enamel Stars/ jg14eb09, Illustration Stickers/ jg14eb01, Journal Tags/ jg14eb03, Mini Sentiment Stickers/ jg14eb07.

I was inspired by:

1. The  overall design is a quite simple shape, but the way she created this shape was by using different stickers, so cool.

2. The subtle details of the sewing and stars.

3. The overall "tree-like" shape.

4. The bursts of colors everywhere, just so neat.

5. The use of the gray and white striped paper as the background. I used this as well.

 

Ok so here here is how my page turned out.

Chickaniddy Crafts Pam Callaghan Inspired by Melinda Spinks2

Supplies: Jolly Good (patterned paper) Caroling/ jg14os03, Christmas Eve/ jg14os01, jg14os06/, Happy New Year/ jg14os12,Holiday/ jg14os08, Sugar Cookies/ jg14os02, tis The Season/ jg14os11. Jolly Good Embellishments:  Die Cut Tags/ jg14eb04, Mini Brads/ jg14eb08.

You can see that I took used a lot of the same elements as Melinda. Here is what I did differently.

1. I used two photos instead of one.

2. I use the tree shape but created it with circles rather than stickers.

3. I used the "Christmas Star" but in the middle

4. I used the entire sheet of white and grey striped paper.

I had a blast using Melinda's layout as inspiration!!

Now it's YOUR turn. What can you make from this inspiration?? Have a great day!!

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Hello it's Tyra and I'm here to share this fun envelope album I created using Chickaniddy's Jolly Good Collection. The type of album I created used envelopes which are versatile and you will see why in a minute!

Chickaniddy Jolly Good Mini Album Tyra Babington

 

Chickaniddy Jolly Good Mini Album Tyra Babington opened

 

 

Let's get to the supplies that I used.

Tyra Babington Jolly Good Packaging

Supplies Used: Jolly Good Collection Pack/jg14cp01, Jolly Good 6x6 Paper Pad/jg14pd01, Envelopes, Binder Rings.

Steps:

  1. Choose your envelope size and envelope number. I choose twelve to coordinate with the "12 days of Christmas" themed paper. My envelope size was 5x7, providing just enough room to print and paste pictures onto the outside of the finished envelope and as well as a place to keep small mementos on the inside on an envelope if desired.
  2. Cut paper to size of each individual envelope. Add embellishment to your taste.
  3. Once you have completed the desired number of pages, punch holes onto the side on the finished envelope pages .
  4. User binder rings to "bind" the album together.
  5. Add extra embellishment and you are done!

Follow is an excerpt of some of the album pages:
 

Tyra Babington MiniAlbum Collage Page 1 Jolly Good

Tyra Babington MiniAlbum Collage Page 2 Jolly Good

Tyra Babington MiniAlbum Collage Page 3 Jolly Good

I hope this mini-album inspires you to create your own holiday album! Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today!

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Hello! Tessa Buys here. This year, I'm working on a very special December album. It's my little girl's first Christmas and I wanted to document all of those special first moments in a special place. I turned an old book into a mini album and filled it with pages just waiting for photos:

Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts December Mini Album
All items from the Jolly Good line: Alpha Stickers (JG14EB02), Caroling paper (JG14OS03), Christmas Eve paper (JG14OS01), Deck the Halls paper (JG14OS06), Die Cut Tags (JG14EB04), Enamel Stars (JG14EB09), Holiday paper (JG14OS08), Holly Jolly paper (JG14OS05), Journal Tags (JG14EB03), Making Spirits Bright paper (JG14OS07), Mini Sticker Sentiments (JG14EB07), Mini Sticker Tags (JG14EB06), Tis the Season paper (JG14OS11).



To make an album like this, you'll need an old book (preferably one that is no longer readable), a craft knife, spray paint, a paper piercer, and a ring binder mechanism. I used a book my dad had as a child. It was musty and brittle, but had a great debossed cover.

Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts December Mini Album close-up

1. Using the craft knife, gently cut the pages of the book away from the cover.

2. Spray paint the book cover, including the inside. If you're going to cover the inside with patterned paper like I did, you only need to paint the inside edges. You could also use acrylic paint. I just love how fast spray paint dries, and this fantastic metallic silver finish.

Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts December Mini Album close-up2

3. Use your paper piercer to pierce the spine of the book cover and attach your ring binder. My ring binder attached with brads, so to hide the open prongs, I tied a thick ribbon around the spine.

When deciding how large to make your pages, consider how far they will stick out from the ring binder when the book is closed. I wanted my edges to stick out a bit, but you might want your pages more narrow than mine.

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Rather than take you through my process for each page, I thought I would share some of my strategy for creating a mini album.

Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts December Mini Album page 1

Tessa's Tips for Making Minis:

1. Start with a kit. By choosing just five Jolly Good patterned papers and a few embellishments, I was able to create a coordinated album in less time than if I had more choices.

2. Work "assembly line" style when possible. For example, I always mat my photos on white cardstock, so I cut all of my photo mats out before I started piecing the album together.

3. Repeat elements. By repeating parts of your design, you'll create a cohesive look and save more time. For example, I always paired an enamel star with two rhinestones.

Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts December Mini Album page 2

4. Add inserts. Adding smaller pieces to the rings between the main pages will add visual interest and create more space for photos or journaling. I plan to add Christmas cards, too.

Tessa Buys Chickaniddy Crafts December Mini Album Pages

For a closer look, check out my you-tube channel for a video walk-through of the whole album. Then grab your Chickaniddy Crafts stash, an old book, and get to work! Thanks for stopping by today!

 

 

Hello there, Chickaniddy fans! It's Meghann here with you today. Have you ever scrapbooked a subject that was emotional and hard for you to revisit? I'd like to share a layout with you today that was difficult for me to create, but I am so glad that I did.

Meghann Andrew Chickaniddy Crafts Star Burst Cutting File
 
Last December, while we were planning our Christmas, my daughter got very sick and was in the ICU for much of the month. I have not looked at the photos that I took from that experience all year, but when I saw the angel in the beautiful Jolly Good collection, I knew that this was the moment I should document- the day she started playing again, and the day I knew she was going to be alright.
 
Meghann Andrew Chickaniddy Crafts Star Burst Cutting File 2
 
Most of this layout is created with patterned paper and the amazing starburst cut file which we are giving away.
 
Meghann Andrew Chickaniddy Crafts Star Burst Cutting File supplies
 
Supplies: Jolly Good- Holiday paper/jg14os08, Making Spirits Bright paper/jg14os07, Tis The Season paper/jg14os11, Caroling paper/jg14os03, Snow Play paper/jg14os09, Illustration Stickers/jg14eb01, Journal Tags/jg14eb03, Alpha Stickers/jg14eb02, Mini Sticker Banners/jg14eb05, Mini Sticker Sentiments/jg14eb07, Die Cut Tags/jg14eb04, Enamel Sticker Stars/jg14eb09, Mini Countdown Clear Stamps/jg14st01
Here is a preview and the link to the files in .svg and .studio (Silhouette) for this cut file I used on my page.
Chickaniddy Crafts Star Burst by Pam Callaghan smaller
LINKS:
 
Here's how I created this layout:
1) Size the cut file at 12"x12" and cut from silver glitter paper. 
2) In your Silhouette Studio software, 'release the compound path' of the cut file so that all of the individual pieces are separate. Open a new blank file and copy and paste an individual shape into your new file. Choose which paper you want to cut out of that shape and cut. 
If you've never separated a cut file before, I've created a quick video to show you the process: 
 
 
Do this a total of ten times until all of the interior shapes are filled in. Adhere the background outline and patterned paper pieces to a piece of blank cardstock.
3) Using dimensional adhesive, adhere the star from the die cut tags with the white back facing up in the center of the glitter background star. Top with an enamel sticker star. 
4) Cut 'believe' from the backside of the Caroling patterned paper and adhere below the star. Add a journal tag sticker to the right and top with alpha stickers. Cut a larger title from your die-cutting machine and adhere with dimensional adhesive below. Adhere the angel sticker from the illustration stickers with dimensional adhesive above your title.
5) Print your photo at 4"x6". Before adhering with dimensional adhesive, layer die-cut tag frames and banners, chipboard frames and other embellishment around the photos. Emboss 'I believe' in silver embossing powder using the Mini Countdown clear stamps onto a label sticker. Group with a banner sticker and tie both with bakers twine.
6) Journal on a card from the Making Spirits Bright paper, trim and tuck behind your photo. Add three additional enamel stars.
 
Meghann Andrew Chickaniddy Crafts Star Burst Cutting File 3
 
Creating this layout and journaling about this moment was a therapeutic exercise for me and I am so glad that I can now look back on a hard time in our lives and remember a beautiful moment that gave me hope. 
 
Happy holidays! 
 

Hi everyone! Elizabeth here with you today sharing a cute wintery layout of Alyssa and I in our winter hats! We love winter and all the chilly days here in Seattle!

 
I absolutely love The Jolly Good Collection for winter!  I just love the cute and bright colors that say happiness and this is one of my favorite times of the year! The elements in the collection work really well with these tags.
 

Heidi has created an adorable poster and some fun printable tags. Here is a preview of them.

Chickaniddy Crafts Free Printable Poster

Chickaniddy Crafts Free Printable Tags

Open up these PDF files and print! Don't forget to print them on a high quality setting for your printer for great quality images.

Chickaniddy Crafts Free Printable Poster PDF

Chickaniddy Crafts Free Printable Tags PDF

Aren't those tags super cute! And look how well they go with The Jolly Good Collection so well! I printed them out on white cardstock and then cut each one out to use on my page. I wanted to layer and make a collage using them as well so I placed each one behind the striped paper and went to town!

Elizabeth Hellum Chickaniddy Crafts Winter Layout
 

1. Some of the tags as you can see, I tucked behind something and just use the design on them and hid the words or pictures. You can do this to add color and texture to your page even while using the same tags!

Elizabeth Hellum Chickaniddy Crafts Winter Layout close-up
 
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2. Once all of the tags were where I wanted them I adhered each one carefully while keeping them in their place. I did it this way because I wasn't really sure where I wanted them exactly so I didn't adhere them down until at the very last minute.

3. Once they were down, I added other elements to the page. The stickers, the twine, journaling, and finally the white mist to tie it all in!

Supplies:

Jolly Good Alpha Stickers (SKU: jg14eb02),  

Jolly Good Illustration Stickers (SKU: jg14eb01)

Jolly Good Making Spirits Brights (SKU: jg14os07)

Jolly Good Caroling (SKU: jg14os03) 

Jolly Good Mini Sticker Banners (SKU: jg14eb05) 

Jolly Good Sugar Cookies (SKU: jg14os02)

Thanks for spending some time with me and allowing me to show you something different you can do with these cute tags! Happy Holidays!

 

 

 

Hey there!  Missy here with you today.  I love getting into the Christmas spirit, and working with the beautiful and bright Jolly Good collection puts me in the holiday mood.  I love that this line is fun and whimsical, and these pictures of my sweet little girl in her pink Santa shirt coordinated perfectly!

Have you seen the FREE printable tags from the Jolly Good line yet?  I used four of them that I printed onto white cardstock.  They are super easy to print and use! 

Heidi has created an adorable poster and  some fun printable tags. Here is a preview of them.

Chickaniddy Crafts Free Printable Poster

Chickaniddy Crafts Free Printable Tags

Open up these PDF files and print! Don't forget to print them on a high quality setting for your printer for great quality images.

Chickaniddy Crafts Free Printable Poster PDF

Chickaniddy Crafts Free Printable Tags PDF

 

I used two in my top right cluster and I layered two to the right of my photos.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts Printable Tags Layout

 

Supplies Used: Jolly Good Printable Tags, JG140S04 Sweater Weather, JG140S09 Snow Play, JG104S08 Holiday, JG140S07 Making Spirits Bright, JG14EB05 Banners, JG14EB06 Tags, JG14EB03 Journal Tags, JG14EB01 Sticker Sheet, JG14EB08 Mini Brads, JG14EB07 Sentiments, JG14ST01 Clear Stamps, Liquitex Gesso, Artist's Loft Watercolors, Faber Castell Gelatos, Crafter's Workshop Stencil, Colorbox Ink, Tim Holtz Distress Ink, Craft Smart Ink, Prima Chalk Ink, Brother Sewing Machine, Coats Thread, Recollections Washi Tape, cord, cardstock, Silhouette Cameo, Black Sharpie Pen.

Here's how I went about creating this layout:

1.  I started with the Sweater Weather patterned paper.  I used the back side because it was pretty neutral.  I coated it with clear gesso.  I used a Crafter's Workshop stencil and a blue gelato to create the blue circles.  I also used watercolors and a few other gelatos to create the colorful background.

Jolly Good

 

2.  I sorted through the patterned papers and chose a few based on color.  I cut them into long strips to give my photos a base.  I added a few layers behind my photos for some separation and then adhered them.

3.  Here, you can see how I next layered in the two printable tags and a few stickers from the 12x12 Sticker Sheet.  I added some stitching around the edges of the tags.  I decided to use the coordinating stamps as part of my title.  Using chalk inks, I stamped "December," and then hand cut it out.  I popped it up to give it some dimension.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts Printable Tags Layout close-up

 

Here's another angle of the layers.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts Printable Tags Layout close-up 2

 

4.  I couldn't resist using these adorable little diamond stickers from the Banners Mini Sticker Sheet.

 

Mini Stickers Jolly Good

 

I lightly inked up the edges and scattered them above and below my photos.  I also used the adorable little star stamp here and there.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts Printable Tags Layout close-up 3

 

5.  I wanted to add something to my upper right corner, so I used two more of the printable tags layered on top of a few label stickers.  I added a little banner sticker and a pink brad.

Missy Whidden Chickaniddy Crafts Printable Tags Layout close-up 4

 

These cute printable tags are really fun and easy to use.  They add fun pops of color to your layout, and they make great layering pieces.  There are lots more to choose from, too!

I hope this inspires you to give them a try on your Christmas projects!  Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!

Hello! I, Allie, am absolutely crazy about Pam's sketches! Her sketches are so creative and versatile, and this month's sketch is no exception!

Chickaniddy Crafts December Sketch by Pam Callaghan
 
I especially love the banner and circle in this sketch, and couldn't wait to make a layout using it! I used two of my favorite embellishments to make the circle: Mini Brads and Enamel Stars.
 
Jolly Good Enamel Stars
 
Jolly Good Brads
 
 
Allie Stewart Chickaniddy Crafts December Layout Sketch
Chickaniddy Supplies Used: Paper (jg14os03, jg14os12, jg14os07, jg14os11, jg14os08, jg14os05), Stickers (jg14eb01, jg14eb06, jg14eb02), Die Cuts (jg14eb04), Mini Brads (jg14eb08), Enamel Stars (jg14eb09)
 
This layout was super easy to create!
 
1. I cut three strips of paper for the background like the sketch shows. I placed them at an angle because it is much easier than placing it perfectly even and straight! 
 
2. Next, I cut out the banner so it would be large enough to peek out from behind my photo. I used a few leftover bits and pieces I had of Jolly Good as background layers. 
 
3. Once I had my layers glued down and arranged, I traced a circle directly onto my layout (I used a salad bowl). I pierced holes as evenly as possible all around the circle, and added brads and stars.
 
Allie Stewart Chickaniddy Crafts December Layout Sketch close-up
 
4. Finally, I used a frame from the die-cut pack to highlight my title, and added flower stickers for easy embellishing! After the layout was finished, I added a few splatters of mist for good measure. 
 
Allie Stewart Chickaniddy Crafts December Layout Sketch close-up2
 
Thanks for joining me! I can't wait to see how you interpret this sketch!
 
 
 
 
 
 

Hi friends. It is Pam again with another page by our December Guest Designer, Paige Evans. If you haven't had a chance to check out her first layout, please follow this link! We are lucky to have her up on the blog again today with a really neat paper tearing technique!

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JOLLY GOOD by Paige Evans

Description: It's been awhile since I've done the "torn paper" technique so I thought I'd give it a whirl here!

Journaling says: Every night in December we read a Christmas story and then eat a piece of chocolate from an advent calendar - it makes every night so fun!

How to: Tear patterned paper strips and adhere them across the top and bottom of a robin's egg blue cardstock base. Write with a white pen along the paper edge. Add a few epoxy stars over the paper strips. Place three photos in between the paper strips and embellish with stickers and die cuts. Splatter white paint around the page and stamp "merry christmas" with white paint above one of the photos.

Supplies: Patterned paper, epoxy stars, stickers, die cuts: Chickaniddy Crafts; Cardstock, adhesive: American Crafts; Pen: Uniball Signo; Paint: Americana

 

Thanks for being our guest designer this month, Paige!

Have a great day all!

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Good morning! Erin here with a soft and pretty Christmas card using the Jolly Good collection. Pink is one of my favorite colors, and the soft pink in this collection works beautiful with the bolder holiday colors. I especially like pink paired with soft gray.

Erin Taylor Chickaniddy Crafts Christmas Card
 (Supplies used: Jolly Good 6x6 pad jg14pd01. Jolly Good Making Spirits Bright paper jg14pd07. Jolly Good Journal Tags jg14pd03. Jolly Good Illustration Stickers jg14pd01.)
 
The key when creating this card is to use both the deer cut apart from the Making Spirits Bright paper and the matching deer from the Illustration stickers. They are the exact same size, and by using foam adhesive, you can pop up the sticker deer over the gray paper. 
 
1. Trim pink star paper, from the 6x6 Jolly Good paper pad, to 4.25 x 5.5 inches and adhere to folded white card.
 
2. Layer light green sticker (Jolly Good Journal Tags), a small white doily, and gray Merry Christmas cut apart tag (Jolly Good Making Spirits Bright paper) on top of pink star paper. 
 
3. Apply foam adhesive to the back of the gray deer sticker from the Illustration Stickers and apply to card. Add red enamel dot.
 
4. Adhere white and pink buttons, twine, and gems
 
Here's a closer look at the bottom of the card. You can see the dimension that the foam tape adds to the cute little deer. 
 
Erin Taylor Chickaniddy Crafts Christmas Card 2
 

Thanks for stopping by! I hope my project has inspired you to create a pretty pink holiday card!


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Hello, it's Amy here with a set of holiday cards.  I have the best intentions to work on my holiday cards throughout the year but I generally end up in a frenzy during the month of November.

One of my favorite papers in the Jolly Good collection is Sugar Cookies:

Jolly Good Sugar Cookies
 
I absolutely adore that shade of green!  I knew that I wanted to combine it with pink for the holidays.
 
Check out the Jolly Good - Caroling:

 

Jolly Good Caroling
 
There's also the Jolly Good - Holiday:

 

Jolly Good Holiday
 
I combined these papers and came up with this design:
 
 
Amy Tsuruta Chickaniddy Crafts Christmas Cards
 
These were actually quite quick, no stitching or stamping.  The sentiments are stickers from the Jolly Good Collection:
 
 
Stickers Jolly Good
 

 

Mini Tag Stickers Jolly Good
 
 
I was making it a personal goal of mine to design postal friendly cards.  
 
Amy Tsuruta Chickaniddy Crafts Christmas Cards 2
 
The card size is 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches.  This has become one of my favorites because it packs a punch.  It also allows you to take some of the design off the edge.
 
Amy Tsuruta Chickaniddy Crafts Christmas Cards 3
Supply List:  Jolly Good:  Sugar Cookies/jg14os02, Caroling/jg14os03, Holiday/jg14os08; Jolly Good Embellishments:  Mini Sticker Sentiments/jg14eb07; Mini Sticker Tags/jg14eb06
 
Do you have a favorite holiday color combo that you like to work with?  Do you tend to design with traditional or non-traditional colors?
 
Thanks so much for stopping by today!  I hope my card sets inspires you!
 
 
 
 
 
 

Happy Friday all, Pam with you today on the blog. Christmas will be here soon.. so we are doing two giveaways today. I will also be sharing what I have done with my annual Christmas photo my family takes every year!

The first thing I will be sharing is a layout I created to fit this photo perfectly. One of my most favorite things about the Jolly Good collection is the colors. I just love that in addition to traditional colors of red, green, and white, this collection includes a soft blue, pink, orange, and grey. Here is the layout I created with the softer tones. Layout inspired by our December Guest Designer, Paige Evans.

Pam Callaghan Chickaniddy Crafts 2014 Snowflake layout

 

Supplies used: Chickaniddy Crafts Jolly Good papers: Caroling/ jg14os03, Holiday/ jg14os08, Sweater Weather/ jg14os04, Tis The Season/  jg14os11. Chickaniddy Embellishments: Enamel Stars/ jg14eb09, Illustration Stickers/ jg14eb01, Mini Sentiment Stickers/ jg14eb07, Mini Sticker Tags/ jg14eb06.

Here is how I created my page. I normally choose a ton of papers for each layout, but for this layout I just chose a few.  One of my favorite papers is the "B" side paper of the Caroling collection.  It has four quadrants that are just perfect for my page.

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First, I created my own snowflake image and I cut it out with my Silhouette. I was inspired by quilting and also some awesome graphic images online using triangles and snowflakes. You can achieve this look by picking out your own favorite snowflake and using that as a base. There are a bunch in the Silhouette Store. Next, I cut out three different sized triangles and used them on the snowflake.

Pam Callaghan Chickaniddy Crafts triangles

After adding triangles and some stitching and embellishments, I was happy with the result of the quilted snowflake!

Onto the giveaways!

Heidi created TWO FREE Christmas Card Templates for you to use as your photo holiday card. Here are two versions that I will be choosing from. Which one do you think I should choose and why?

Free Chickaniddy Christmas card Free Chickaniddy Christmas card2

 

I have attached these in two different ways. For people who have a digital editing program, you can add  your photo and text digitally and then print! Go ahead and save these JPEG files onto your computer and then open them in your preferred program.

Chickaniddy Crafts Free Christmas Card 1 Chickaniddy Crafts Free Christmas Card 2

Heidi also created two PDF files with two Christmas cards attached in case you want to print these directly onto cardstock and add your favorite photo!

Chickaniddy Crafts Green Free Christmas Card Template

Chickaniddy Crafts Stripe Free Christmas Card Template2

Our next giveaway is the collection kit of Jolly Good!!

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To be in the running for this giveaway, simply leave a comment and share what you will be creating with this Jolly Good Collection.

 

Thanks for stopping by today!!!

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